Digital technologies are now a fundamental part of all sectors of commerce and industry. Underpinning this is the continual need to design and develop technological solutions to a broad range of ever-evolving problems. This encompasses a range of digital and communications based solutions centred on the acquisition, storage, manipulation, retrieval and dissemination of data. As a Digital and Technology Solutions graduate, you will have the option of progressing into careers such as cyber security analyst, data or systems analyst or engineer, IT consultant or technician, network or software engineer or web developer. Every learner will have the opportunity to develop:
- Web design and development skills in HTML, CSS and client-side scripting;
- Systems analysis skills;
- Database design and development skills within Microsoft Access and MYSQL/PHPMYDMIN;
- Use of virtualisation technologies;
- Network design and development skills – both local and business scale networks;
- Network security and basic cybersecurity skills in protecting a business scale network;
- Server side programming skills for e-commerce development.
Year 1 Systems Analysis & Design Methodologies Computer Network Fundamentals Business Information Systems Web Development Database System Fundamentals Professional & Research Skills. Year 2 Agile Project Management Database Applications Development Computer Security – Network & Systems Network Management & Operations Major Development Project.
Case study: Students are tasked with the completion of technical report which demonstrates their proposal or solution to a given problem. Video Presentation: Students are tasked with preparing a video presentation of their findings to be delivered to a group of their assessors and peers. Product Development: Students are tasked with designing, developing, and testing a solution to a given problem, and documenting their development using recognised information modelling techniques. Reflection: Students are asked to conduct a short self-evaluative review, allowing them to reflect on their skills development as part of their Continuing Professional Development. Report writing: Students are tasked with conducting primary and secondary research around a topic or problem, to be delivered as a technical report which makes use of information modelling (where applicable), concise and coherent arguments, and recommendations including action plans and project proposals. Online Examination: Students’ knowledge is tested using an online, open book exam. These exams allow students to demonstrate their ability to solve a problem in a time controlled environment, and further demonstrate their application of theory in practise.
How to apply
This is the deadline for applications to be completed and sent for this course. If the university or college still has places available you can apply after this date, but your application is not guaranteed to be considered.
Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
- Year 1
TEC Partnership recognises a wide range of entry qualifications as being equivalent to A’ level standard; if students hold a qualification not listed above please contact TEC Partnership's admissions team on +44 (0) 1472 311222 ext. 434. International students must evidence they possess a satisfactory command of English language in terms of reading, writing, listening and are expected to have achieved Level B2 on the Common European Framework of Reference for Language (CEFR), as defined by UK Visas and Immigration. All applicants for distance learning will be required to produce evidence of residency and a permanent address.
Non-standard offer The TEC Partnership also encourages applications from non-traditional learners who lack formal academic qualifications. All such non-traditional applicants will be interviewed, set an appropriate piece of work which will demonstrate both academic and technical aptitude within digital technologies. Applicants already working within this field will be asked to provide evidence of relevant digital product development and a judgement made taking into account their academic potential and relevant experience. Applicants applying for the online learning programme will generally be those who are in full time employment, however applicants who are engaged in freelance work or are self employed may also apply for Online learning. Other applicants will be considered on a case by case basis to allow for applications from those who would otherwise find it difficult to attend in person due to extenuating personal circumstances; however, such applicants may be required to provide evidence of their circumstances in order to support their application. Once offered a place on the programme that place and the mode of delivery will be assured in such cases where there is a change in employment status in order to allow successful applicants to complete their studies with a consistent mode of delivery. Accreditation pf prior learning TEC Partnership encourages student transfers from other institutions. Applicants may be admitted with credit for prior certificated learning (APcL) or work/life experience or other uncertificated learning (APeL). Please refer to the HE07 Admissions, Admissions Appeals and APEL (Student Transfers) on our website.
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Fees and funding
|Republic of Ireland||£8500||Year 1|
|Channel Islands||£8500||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£8500||Year 1|
Additional fee information
University Centre Grimsby
Grimsby Institute of Further and Higher Education
Nuns Corner Campus
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